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If you have kids, or still feel like one yourself, Orlando means one thing: Walt Disney World. If you're a golfer at heart, then Orlando means a slew of outstanding public, semi-private and resort courses.
Let i4 Orlando Executive Limousine drive you to the best Golf courses in and around Orlando.
With all the wonderful climate and superior golf facilities, see what Orlando Golf has to offer. Just save the energy & stress from driving, getting lost and simply let i4 Limo chauffeurs driving to the golf course.
Play with pros as your chances are much better of running into a quality public access courses in the Orlando area rather than meeting someone you have seen play on television.
One catch: you have stay onsite at the 70-room Lodge to play the course (or get an invite from a member).
Three worthy layouts (open to resort guests only) designed by three golf legends. The Tom Watson/Independence course is the best of the property's three choices (Golf Magazine's eighth best public course in Florida, but the flower-laden Arnold Palmer/Legacy course is close behind (the pair both opened in 2004).
The water-splashed Jack Nicklaus/Tradition course, which debuted two years later, typifies the essence of Florida golf. Instruction is available at the Annika Sorenstam Golf Academy.
Waldorf Astoria Club (waldorfastoriaorlando.com, 407-597-3738, $70-$175)
Technically not a Disney property, but it's surrounded on three sides by the Disney Resort. The Rees Jones-designed course, with water in play on more than half of the holes, serves guests of two onsite hotels: the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek.
Grand Cypress Resort (grandcypress.com, 407-239-4700, $120-$175)
Put the New Course here on your Orlando must-play list. Jack Nicklaus' homage to the Old Course at St. Andrews features no trees, minimal water (in the form of winding burns), semi-blind shots, double greens and more than 140 bunkers, some as much as 12 feet deep, where a ladder provides access.
It celebrates a 25th anniversary this year, and when the wind is up and the course is playing firm, it's like Scotland in sunshine. There's also 27 other holes and an extensive practice facility, including a three-hole practice course.
Southern Dunes Golf & Country Club (southerndunes.com, 800-632-6400, $99-$119)
Located in Haines City, this Steve Smyers design features more elevation changes than you would expect in central Florida. Water is only in play on two holes, but bunkers and waste areas are predominant throughout.
Walt Disney World (disneyworld.disney.go.com/recreation; $104-$165)
The premier Disney course is Tom Fazio's Osprey Ridge, distinguished by its mounds, wetlands and huge, very three-puttable greens.
The Joe Lee-designed Palm and Magnolia courses made their big-league debut in 1971, when Jack Nicklaus won the first of three straight.
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